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Together We Can Shred the Spread of Covid-19



Don’t skip the soap! Wash your hands regularly to Shred the Spread of COVID-19. You’ll not only be doing your part to decrease infections, but your friends, family, and neighbors will thank you.



Shred the Spread of COVID-19 and mask up when out in public. Be sure you’re wearing the safest mask: dry double-layer fabric, with a secure fit on your nose and mouth (no large gaps).



Take up some space, we’ve got plenty! No need to cram into a tiny area when we’ve got the room to space out. Help Shred the Spread by maintaining at least 6 feet from your neighbors.



When Sick

Take care of yourself and others by staying home if you are unwell or think you may be experiencing even mild symptoms of COVID-19.

Vaccine Information

The COVID-19 vaccine is here in Teton County, WY. For up-to-date information, please visit the link below.

Know The Symptoms

If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, stay home, call your medical provider and consider a FREE at-home COVID-19 test.

  1. Headache
  2. Muscle or body aches
  3. Fatigue
  4. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  5. Cough
  6. Fever or chills
  1. Diarrhea
  2. Nausea or vomiting
  3. Congestion or runny nose
  4. Sore throat
  5. New loss of taste or smell

Free At Home



Volunteer With Us

The Teton County Health Department is in need of volunteers to assist with the COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Choose from a variety of jobs (no medical training required).

Sign up by filling out our Volunteer Interest Form.

Teton County COVID Statistics!

Updated Teton County COVID-19 numbers and statistics. All data is provisional and subject to change.

Community Info

From the Locals

We need to stay strong by supporting each other and helping our neighbor.Connie Owens, Jackson Hole News & Guide

Get on board folks. Wear those masks and wash your hands.Dee Buckstaff, Montessori School of The Tetons

It's not a really hard ask to wear a mask.Rob Kingwill, Pro Snowboarder

I think it's important to keep in mind that this is not forever but for now, we must just hang in there. We're resilient here in Teton County. We can do it.Kate Mead, Mead Ranch

Because we have a mask ordinance in town, our economy has been able to stay open and stay thriving, all because our community and neighbors are supporting one another.Josh Hirschmann, Local Restaurant

Stay Informed & Let's Shred The Spread


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